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Dentahex provides the routine home dental care your pup needs. This oral hygiene rinse is palatable and highly effective in reducing plaque and freshening breath in both dogs and cats. The unique formulation provides anti-plaque and anti-calculus properties, thus aiding in the prevention of tooth and gum disease. It contains Chlorhexidine 0.12% with Zinc.
|Features||Breath Freshening, Tartar Removal, Plaque Removal|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
HAZARDS TO HUMANS AND ANIMALS: Keep out of reach of children. For animal use only.
Water, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Sd Alcohol 38B, Flavor, Chlorhexidine Gluconate, Poloxamer 407, Zinc Gluconate, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Blue #1.
Shake well before each use. Rinse daily following each meal or as directed by your veterinarian. Gently lift the upper lip to expose the teeth and gums. Point and squeeze to apply a gentle stream along the gum line. Dentahex Oral Rinse disperses rapidly and completely covers the entire oral cavity, even difficult to reach areas. Avoid touching the gum with the applicator tip to avoid any injury in case of movement of our pet.
I have a 7-yr old Westie, Lily, I don't want put under general anesthesia just to clean her teeth. I was content with her never having pearly whites again since I avoid gum disease with a great brand of dental jerky. But I also have an 8 year old cat with typical "cat breath" (no offense, Dottie!) so I wanted an effective product I can squirt directly into their mouths (since Dot won't chew dental treats and doesn't drink much water). It has barely been two weeks and Dottie's breath is minty-fresh (tiny cat mouth too little to look into) and I already see some white coming through on Lily's teeth!
My senior rescue dog has horrible dental care bc she was abused and neglected . Her teeth are sensitive and she doesn’t like brushing so I though this was perfect . I have her it once and it took away the bad smell but since then she won’t eat it because she hates the taste . This would be amazing if your dog likes the taste
Recommended by our vet for one dog and we use for both. The vet did notice a difference in the 6 mth check up. We adopted older dogs with poor dental health and this has slowed the deterioration (gums and teeth) and redness. Hasn't really improved the bad breath though.
My cats could not hate this anymore. It is like putting them on fire. One of them started foaming like she was poisoned; the other would run away like I was really hurting him. Mint flavored for cats, really? I changed to Pet Welllbeing oral drops which i apply with my fingers. My cats do not love it but they accept it and will hate me for that and it is a great product.
I put some of this on a circular gauze and rub it on my dog's gums/teeth in the morning. Added this to her dental routine this year along with brushing at night and it has helped so much!!! She doesn't love it, but tolerates it and likes it much better than the 50-count container of wipes. This bottle lasts us about 3-months, so well worth the cost!
This worked really well for my little Maltipoo. She had yellowing on her teeth and this took it off. She had and expensive dental procedure and the vet recommended this. She said smaller breeds are more prone to dental problems. Considering the cost of the vet, using this just makes sense.
My dog is 13 and his teeth have been bad. He had a dental treatment at the vet but his breathe is awful and has gingivitis. This mouthwash has been helpful with his breathe and has cured the gingivitis. I know use in my 3 other dogs. I recommend this dogs, it is helpful with canine mouth hygiene.
I've owned countless Yorkies in my life and never did more than occasional brushing, therefore expensive dental cleanings at the Vet. I resolved with this dog to be consistent with dental hygiene and have used Dentahex (Q-tip, dipped into a saucer) and swabbed along the cheeks and gum line, followed by toothpaste on a soft silicone finger brush and poultry flavored Virbac toothpaste -- every day. He loves the toothpaste flavor, so he forgives the Dentahex taste. At 5 years old, his teeth look "brand new" (uncommon in Yorkies, who have a tendency to tartar and bad teeth), and the Vet always comments he's never seen such clean teeth in a Yorkie his age. Yes, Vet cleaning will be necessary at times, but the sweet kisses are worth the daily brushing.
So been through a half dozen snake oil products this seemed ok for my dog but absolutely not for my senior cat, if they have red gums do not use it will irritate them and make them painful and worse than before. I think if they don't have red gums and this is maintenance that it would be preventative but not for cats or dogs with current gum issues
Great stuff use it on all my dogs...Buttercup, Thumper and Cheyenne and also to all that have past to Rainbow Bridge.